The Claims Management Tribunal is part of the General Regulatory Chamber of HM Courts and Tribunals Service. A claims management firm may be able to appeal against a decision by the regulator if it:
• Refuses an application for authorisation
• Revokes a company’s authorisation
• Adds conditions to a company’s authorisation
• Issues a fine against the firm
A firm has 28 days from the date of the regulator’s decision to lodge an appeal. Appeals made outside of this time limit will only be considered at the Tribunal’s discretion. It is therefore important that firm’s act without delay if they wish to appeal a decision.
Succeeding at an appeal is reliant upon a well prepared case that demonstrates that the test set out in law for the regulator’s action has not been met.
You can find out more about the Claims Management Tribunal on the HM Courts and Tribunals website or you can download our free guide below.
Scott Robert are experts in claims management regulation; our team consists of ex-regulators, legal practitioners and industry professionals which is why we’ve been trusted by claims management firms to assist with their appeals to the tribunal. If you’re thinking of appealing a decision, or your case is currently before the tribunal, speak to one of our experts today for confidential and no obligation advice.